Mansholt


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Mansholt

(Dutch ˈmɑnshɔlt)
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(Biography) Sicco Leendert (ˈsɪko ˈleːndərt). 1908–95, Dutch economist and politician; vice president (1958–72) and president (1972–73) of the European Economic Community Commission. He was the author of the Mansholt Plan for the agricultural organization of the European Economic Community
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Second, two forgotten political exemplifications are helpful to picture the critical practicalities: Cuba's "special period," and the Mansholt Commission.
I don't even feel sorry for friends Caren Mansholt and Rusty Dees who were among the terrified concertgoers fired upon by deranged Stephen Paddock in Las Vegas.
Its drivers were a few visionaries and politicians -- usually cited are Robert Schuman of France, Konrad Adenauer of Germany and Alcide de Gasperi of Italy, plus personalities such as Winston Churchill, Paul-Henri Spaak, Sicco Mansholt, and Joseph Bech -- meaning one or two visionaries per country.
Area before reform is the area of the Buitendijkers (10,347 ha); area after reform is total area of Binnendijkers (17,601 ha) and Buitendijkers: Mansholt 1939, 172.
1972), and the subsequent reactions in Europe to Mansholt's plea for a reorientation of the economy towards social utility instead of economic growth (see Duverger 2011a: 118ff.) (5) a vivid and controversial discussion arose among the French intelligentsia in particular.
En 1974, Mansholt, ex presidente de la Comunidad Economica Europea, cerraba su libro La Crisis de Nuestra Civilizacion advirtiendo que no quedaba mucho tiempo para seguir equivocandose.
Sicco Mansholt room, Charlemagne building, European Commission, 170 Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat.
A Dijkhuizien (eds) Risk Management Strategies in Agriculture; state of the art and future, Mansholt studies No 7, WAU, Wageningen, 1997.
In January 1962, a team of experts conducted by Sico Mansholt (ex-minister of Dutch agriculture) laid the foundations of PAC after long and difficult negotiations.